Parks and Scenery

From state parks and scenic byways to public beaches of all kinds, Whidbey and Camano Islands provides visitors with abundant opportunities to enjoy a chance to slow down and enjoy nature.

Skies clear over Ebey’s Reserve.

Whidbey and Camano Islands have a great number of parks and trails. Use this map to find a few of the most popular locations near you.

County and City Parks

: On islands where people like to spend time outdoors, there are county and city parks throughout. Here are some of the more notable parks.

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Family Fun

Who says family fun has to be expensive? Escaping to Whidbey and Camano Island can provide the right balance of free time and organized fun for a family trying to extend that vacation dollar.

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In Focus: Cama Beach State Park

Cama Beach State Park offers a throwback vacation experience with 50's era fishing cabins next to the waters' edge. It’s a waterside state park where the activities include swimming, fishing, bird watching, crabbing and boating.

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In Focus: Deception Pass State Park

In Focus: Deception Pass State Park
Washington's most popular state park spans a spectacular saltwater canyon.

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In Focus: Double Bluff Beach

Cama Beach State Park offers a throwback vacation experience with 50's era fishing cabins next to the waters' edge. It’s a waterside state park where the activities include swimming, fishing, bird watching, crabbing and boating.

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In Focus: Ebey’s Landing National Reserve

Whidbey Island's Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve is home to some of the Pacific Northwest's oldest buildings, and the Reserve helps in preserving the region's rural character.

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In Focus: Fort Casey State Park

In Focus: Fort Casey State Park
Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre park featuring a fort, lighthouse, camping, and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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Parks

Parks on Whidbey and Camano IslandsWhidbey and Camano Islands have dozens of parks that spotlight the amazing natural landscape of the Pacific Northwest. A National Reserve unlike no other parkEight State ParksNearly 40 County ParksSeveral Dozen City ParksCama Beach State Park Camano Island’s Cama Beach State Park is the re-birth of a family fishing resort...

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Scenic Places to Photograph

From smart-phone selfies to rich studies of the textures of the land and sea, to snapshots of your dog on the beach, Whidbey and Camano Islands offer photographers the opportunity to create rich art, or just have a good time posting to Instagram.

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State Parks

We are home to seven different state parks, including the state's most popular, Deception Pass State Park. We also have one of the newest, Cama Beach State Park. There are five state parks on Whidbey Island and two on Camano Island.

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Whidbey Scenic Isle Way

Whidbey Scenic Isle Way
Whidbey Island is the island portion of Washington's Cascade Loop, which loops you from Whidbey Island, through the Cascades and back. It's a road trip you'll want to do again and again.

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